Oh the Silliness of Names

My sister told me about a girl in California called L-a. 
How do you think that was pronounced? 
La-dash-a. Ladasha. L’dasha. La’dasha.
But it is spelled L-a.
Crazy, right?
Well, thinking about it, when I was younger, I wanted a son with the name Jaerrod. No lie.
Names have been coming into my life more and more recently. I’m a teacher, I have almost 200 names to know and be able to spell. I’m married…when doesn’t names come to mind?
So, my sister sent us this link of Utah names, just in case we needed some “ideas.”

Crazy! And, no way would we ever use any of those names! (Although I do like Emerson!)
Then, Justin, because he likes football, stumbled upon this video of the weirdness and silliness of NCAA football names.
My 3 favorites: Javaris Jamar Javarison-Lamar, Xmus Jaxon Flaxon Waxon, and EEEEE EEEEEEEEE!
So, if you are looking for some “unique” names to use, feel free to steal from either of these videos!

Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.

  • tyroil smoochie wallace. oh my gosh, that slays me. and then the Dan Smith – BYU. oh my gosh. love it.

    And you should definitely name all your children with names that start with B and end in "ayn". that would be totes cutes. 🙂

    • KC, we thought it was hilarious as well! But even more funny, a few of my students want to appear on the blog and they've already told me their names (keep in mind it is a group of 4 GIRLS): Lafawnda, Bertha, L-a, and Frank.